Dark Legion VR First Impressions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Friday, 29 September 2017 02:45

Dark Legion VRIf you don’t know what room-scale VR is then please refer to my Bullet Sorrow VR first impressions article. Unlike Bullet Sorrow VR you’re not limited to small areas to clear before you progress, this is like any non-VR FPS game where you can go wherever the map allows. To navigate in Dark Legion VR you can choose between 2 locomotion methods by pressing the menu button on the left controller (at least on the Vive version), which also lets you choose the language, although only English and Chinese are currently available. The first locomotion method is labeled “Teleport” which works by touching the touchpad on the left controller, pointing the teleport cursor where you want to go then lifting your thumb off the touchpad to teleport where you selected. It either zooms forward a lot faster than Bullet Sorrow VR or it instantly teleports you close to your selection then zooms forward slightly, it’s hard to tell. Unlike Bullet Sorrow VR, however, you can teleport as much as you like in quick succession, there’s no recharging, plus I think you can teleport further. The second locomotion method is labeled “Smooth” which works by either putting your thumb on the part of the touchpad in the direction you want to go or putting your thumb in the center of the touchpad and pointing the left controller in the direction you want to go. This moves you in the same way as non-VR games. Touching/pointing left and right makes you strafe left and right, to turn you have to physically turn your body. To sprint, you have to press down on the touchpad. This locomotion method isn’t recommended if you get motion sickness in VR...You can find the complete review on our forum.